The Good, the Great and the Magnificent
A truly great concert does something to the human spirit. It nurtures. It leaves one stirred, uplifted, refreshed—even inspired.
On the campus of Herbert W. Armstrong College, where the Philadelphia Trumpet offices are located, sits a jewel of a concert hall: Armstrong Auditorium. Designed for acoustic perfection and constructed from some of the finest materials in the world, this opulent auditorium is a perfect setting for showcasing the best in the performing arts. Its motto: “Concert-going as it’s meant to be.”
Armstrong Auditorium’s world-class concert series hosts some of the greatest performing artists—the Vienna Boys Choir, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, the Eroica Trio, Chanticleer, the Canadian Brass, the Berlin Philharmonic Winds—aiming to give audiences the most magnificent, uplifting experiences possible.
We invite you to Edmond, Oklahoma, to experience one of these events. This coming season of concerts, which begins in November, includes An Evening With Branford Marsalis, the Russian National Ballet Theatre staging perennial favorites Cinderella and Romeo and Juliet, and performances by the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet, the China National Symphony Orchestra and baritone Nathan Gunn.
For tickets, visit ArmstrongAuditorium.org or call 405-285-1010.